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Captain Howdy

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  • Birthday 01/20/1971

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    Rock/metal obviously,motorbikes,formula 1,movies,books,computers & wrestling!

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  1. Captain Howdy

    The End: machine - s/t

    Vinyl is apparently all sold out already btw
  2. Captain Howdy

    The End: machine - s/t

    https://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/the-end-machine?utm_campaign=newsletter_20190117&utm_medium=email&utm_source=pledgemusic&utm_content=primary_project&referrer=newsletter If you are interested in signed copies, t-shirts and that sort of thing
  3. Captain Howdy

    Kane Roberts - The New Normal

    Not one of his out and out best, but I do like that one as well.
  4. Captain Howdy

    Cats in Space - Daytrip to Narnia

    Does nothing for me either.
  5. Captain Howdy

    The Poodles are no more

    Depends on which ones. Tragedy are my favourite, but their gimmick mostly comes into its own live. Their albums started out as metal Bee Gees covers, but moved into covering other disco and pop artists as well. I really love most of their covers. Satanicide is pretty cool too. Not amazing, but cool. They are not as crude as Panther though. Skrapp Mettle isnt bad, but not amazing either. Features early JSS on vocals, so always worth having for completists. Once again, not as crude as panther, but they do have their smutty moments (Muff diving in the 80s). Bloody Stools over all are closest with regards to crudity, but really lack any great songs. Not one I would tell people to go out of their way to find.
  6. Captain Howdy

    The Poodles are no more

    Loud Lion were the Def Leppard soundalike band, but once again, certainly not a comedy band like Panther. Only bands I can think of in the style of Panther are Satanicide and Tragedy (both share some members), Skrapp Mettle and Bloody Stools. None of which are particularly recent (although Tragedy is an ongoing concern).
  7. Captain Howdy

    The Poodles are no more

    What makes you think that? They are a serious rock band. The only thing silly about them was their name, but not being English speakers by nature, maybe they did not realise how silly it is.
  8. Captain Howdy

    Lillian Axe new single

    Why would anyone release this as the first song from their album unless this is what the whole of the album sounds like?
  9. Not sure if the album has had a name change or not, but Tracii just tweeted that the album is finished and posted this image.
  10. Captain Howdy

    Buckcherry - Head like a hole

    I am no NiN fan, but this is probably the only song other than Hurt that I really know from them, and have never disliked it but never loved it. That said I think this is a decent version, but preferred the Dee Snider version a couple of years ago.
  11. Captain Howdy

    Electric Boys - The Ghost Ward Diaries

    But they are not their older songs, they were only on the last album.
  12. Captain Howdy

    H.E.A.T - Greatest H.E.A.T's

    What? That is one of the best songs on that album.
  13. Captain Howdy

    H.E.A.T - Greatest H.E.A.T's

    The probability is we will probably get some kind of b-sides, bonus tracks and outtakes album at some point put together by the record label. These kind of greatest hits packages etc rarely have full input from the bands, and the labels are always looking at a way to make more money out of people. Look at Airbourne and their label. Released a box set of previous albums with a bonus disc of b-sides with no mention of the b-sides album ever being released on its own, then months later it sneaks out on its own. You cannot see that as anything other than the record label conning people to spend more on the box set to get the tracks they don't own, and then releasing the single CD later to mop up any extra sales.
  14. Captain Howdy

    H.E.A.T - Greatest H.E.A.T's

    Would have been nice if they could have included all of the Japanese bonus tracks instead of live, demo and radio edits on the bonus CD. Some of my favourite tracks by them have been on Jap releases. FYI Miley, Too far on the wild side, Back into your arms, California & Shame.
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    Buckcherry -Warpaint

    Buckcherry will release their new studio album, Warpaint, on March 8th, 2019. The 12 song album, featuring 11 new Buckcherry songs along with their cover of the Nine Inch Nails track “Head like a Hole”, was produced by Mike Plotnikoff, whose last collaboration with the band was the platinum certified album, 15. Preorders for Warpaint will begin on January 11th. Singer Josh Todd comments, “Good things come to those who wait and we have been very patient and thorough with the song writing for Warpaint, we took into consideration all the factors and what this record means to not only us but the great Buckcherry fans around the world. This record takes the listener on an unforgettable journey and I’m very proud of it.” http://buckcherry.com/7830-2/

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